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Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 87 – Perils, Pitfalls and Perseverance with Eve Silver

Episode 87 of the Kobo Writing Life podcast features a keynote address from one of When Words Collide’s 2016 Guest of Honour, Eve Silver. Eve is a national bestselling author of books for adults and teens, has won the Ontario Library Association’s “Forest of Reading White Pine Award” and has been praised for her “edgy, steamy, action-packed” books, darkly sexy

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Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 86 – Catherine Coulter

Episode 86 features an interview with international bestselling author Catherine Coulter, about one of her most recent titles, Insidious. Catherine Coulter is the author of 75 novels, 70 of which were New York Times bestsellers. In the interview, Mark and Catherine talk about: The question Catherine’s sister asked her at a family reunion back in the 1990’s that inspired the

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Silence Your Inner Critic With Improv Writing

By Chris Mandeville Nothing banishes a writer’s critical inner editor like improv writing. Just like improvisational acting, improv writing is off-the-cuff, unplanned, uncorrected artistic expression, and it can be a powerful tool for sparking inspiration, enhancing creativity, and boosting productivity by shutting up that pesky inner critic. I learned about improv writing from a group that meets at a bookstore each week

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Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 85 – Scaachi Koul

  Episode 85 of the KWL Podcast contains an interview with Scacchi Koul conducted by Johanna Schneller about Scacchi’s new book One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter. Please note that this interview contains adult language which might not be appropriate for all listening audiences. In the interview, Johanna and Scaachi talk about: The story

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